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5 out of 5 stars Ultherapy
Had Ulthera at Olive Branch officce in her spa. LOVE my results!! Will be coming back for more treatments. The spa was very inviting and her Aesthetician made me very comfortable. The tretment itself was uncomfortable, but tolerable.
5 out of 5 stars Lipoma Removal
The doctor is very efficient and I trust her. She will take time to explain or address any concerns you may have. She went above and beyond in my opinion during a different appointment to get lab testing for lupus due to skin reddening I experienced during sun exposure. My excision was the smoothest procedure that could be expected thanks to Dr Patel and her office staff.
5 out of 5 stars Photodynamic Therapy
Last week during my first dermatologist visit with a new doctor she recommended PDT for my precancerous spots on my face . She stated she preferred the PDT procedure to prevent white spots if she was to freeze the areas or scars from cutting . This process has been very successful in addressing these facial issues/cells. I had had a Basel cell removed last Oct (under my nose , in the smile...
5 out of 5 stars Mohs Surgery
A great doctor
5 out of 5 stars Facial Reconstructive Surgery
Dr. Patel is as warm a health care professional as I have ever encountered. I believe this type of professionalism starts at the top and filters to the office personnel and staff. Dr. Patel and her staff are totally awesome!
Dr. Patel has always had a love of all things skin. During her residency, Dr. Patel discovered her passion for treating skin cancer and anti-aging and went on to complete a surgical fellowship under the tutelage of Dr. Michael McCall at the University of Louisville in Kentucky.
American Society of Dermatologic Surgery (ASDS)
Undergraduate & Medical SchoolUndergraduate: University of Virginia
Medical: MD, University of Virgina
Post-Medical School TrainingResidency: University of Tennesse
Fellowship: University of Louisville
Treatments offered at Advanced Dermatology & Skin Cancer Associates
- Lipoma Removal
- Liquid Facelift
- Melasma Treatment
- Mohs Surgery
- Mole Removal
- Non Surgical Face Lift
- Non Surgical Nose Job
- Permanent Makeup
- Photodynamic Therapy
- Pixel Laser
- Pulsed Dye Laser
- Restylane Lyft
Most popular answers from Purvisha Patel, MD
I agree with Drs Palmer, Mesna and Naficy. It is not wise to perform alot of massage to an area immediately after treatment with Botox. It has been... READ MORE
Radiesse vs a Restylane for cheek augmentation...depends on whose cheeks you are filling. I find that Radiesse works well for volumizing the cheeks... READ MORE
Once you have found your "happy eyelash length" Latisse should be continued at a less frequent use- 1-2x week for example. If you stop... READ MORE
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First let your surgeon know- and go back and show them if possible. Second do not worry- if the rest of the graft is pink and only that area is... READ MORE
Pain, swelling and numbness are all to be expected after Kybella injections as the area experiences a strong inflammatory reaction to the... READ MORE
Will my eyelid ptosis after dysport improve? It's continuing to worsen :( When can I expect to see some improvement?
I agree with Dr Steinsapir, the Iopidine drops are not very powerful. If you have not gotten significant results by now, the treatment would be... READ MORE
Botox is a neurotoxin, that is injected into targeted muscles for controlled paralysis/the results. The muscles around the eye contract in a circular... READ MORE
There is no age limit to the adminstration of neurotoxin. The amounts/units given may vary over time. I'm sorry to hear that you had these side... READ MORE
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